Events

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Zoom Registration

Marquis Bey is currently Assistant Professor of African American Studies and English, as well as core faculty in Gender & Sexuality Studies and Critical Theory, at Northwestern University. Bey's… read more about Deadly Questions for Life and Living: On Black Trans Feminism »

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This event is a zoom meeting. Please RSVP lorenza.starace@duke.edu by Jan. 11th for advance reading material and meeting link. read more about Society Must be Defragmented: The Data Shadow and Computational Life »

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Zoom Registration

Nikki Lane is an interdisciplinary scholar trained as a Cultural and Linguistic Anthropologist. She serves as an Assistant Professor of Women's Studies/Black Queer Studies in the Comparative Women's… read more about The Ethnography of Ratchet: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Class in Black Queer Life »

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Zoom Registration

The global COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives in ways many of us could never have imagined. The "new-normal" of quarantine, mask-wearing, physical distancing, and being away from family and… read more about Visualizing Care presents "Fieldnotes to Survival" »

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Zoom Registration

Haylee Christine Harrell (she/they) is a Cheryl A. Wall Postdoctoral Associate in African American and African Diaspora Literary Studies in the English Department at Rutgers University-New Brunswick… read more about A Black Feminist Genealogy of the Monstrous Mulatta: Pre and Post Emancipation »

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East Duke Parlor and Livestream Registration

Jack Halberstam will talk about his latest book Unworlding: An Aesthetics of Collapse. Professor Halberstam is Professor of Gender Studies and English at Columbia University. Halberstam is the… read more about UNWORLDING: An Aesthetics of Collapse »

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East Duke Parlor and Livestream Registration

Jack Halberstam, Professor of Gender Studies and English at Columbia University. Halberstam is the author of seven books including: Skin Shows: Gothic Horror and the Technology of Monsters (Duke UP,… read more about Duke on Gender Colloquium, The Natures of Desire: A Conversation on Queerness and the Wild »

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vFairs | Virtual Event Platform

Lecture part of Research Week 2022, Duke's week-long celebration of research. Join us January 31 through February 4 at dukeresearchweek.vfairs.com. read more about Race, Gender, Power: New Perspectives from the Humanities »

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Bryan Center Reynolds Industries Theater

From everyday apps to complex algorithms, technology has the potential to hide, speed, and even deepen discrimination, while appearing neutral and even benevolent when compared to racist practices of… read more about Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code »

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vFairs | Virtual Event Platform

As society continues to charge through a computational revolution, it is imperative that a diverse range of disciplines and groups shape and influence the future of computing and its applications. To… read more about AiiCE: A Large-Scale Effort to Cultivate Inclusive Excellence in Computing »

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Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105

Registration is required for this hybrid event. Please note that in-person attendance is limited to current Duke faculty, students, and staff.Register here for the in-person talk: https://duke.is/… read more about Are Black Men a Counterexample to Feminism? »

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Zoom Event

Dr. Rhoda Kanaaneh, Columbia University will be in conversation with author and Duke Professor, Frances S. Hasso about her latest book "Buried in the Red Dirt: Race, Reproduction and Death in Modern… read more about Duke On Gender Colloquium, Buried in the Red Dirt: Race, Reproduction and Death in Modern Palestine »

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East Duke Parlors

This event is in-person event. Masks are required. Please RSVP lorenza.starace@duke.edu by Feb. 8th for advance reading material. read more about Consequences of Fukishima/nuclear radiation on nuclear family and care work in Japan »

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Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105

Registration is required for this hybrid event. Please note that in-person attendance is limited to current Duke faculty, students, and staff.Register here for the in-person talk: https://duke.is/… read more about Racist Intimacies: Asian America in Thrall to Desire »

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Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105

Registration is required for this hybrid event. Please note that in-person attendance is limited to current Duke faculty, students, and staff.Register here for the in-person talk: https://duke.is/… read more about A Latin-African Internationalism and UNESCO's Memorials »

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Penn Pavilion

The Feminist Theory Workshop offers a unique opportunity for internationally recognized faculty and young scholars to engage in sustained dialogue about feminist theory as a scholarly domain of… read more about 15th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop »

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Penn Pavilion

The Feminist Theory Workshop offers a unique opportunity for internationally recognized faculty and yoThe Feminist Theory Workshop offers a unique opportunity for internationally recognized faculty… read more about 15th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop »

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East Duke Parlors

This event is in-person event. Masks are required. Please RSVP lorenza.starace@duke.edu by March 15th for advance reading material. read more about Intimate Infrastructure of Empires: Photographs of Sex-Trafficking in and Military Base Prostitution »